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On 01/22/2012 03:26 PM, NoOp wrote:
On 01/22/2012 04:48 AM, Maurice Batey wrote:
On Sat, 21 Jan 2012 20:48:04 -0800, NoOp wrote:

I'd file a bug report. It sounds as if the Mandriva builds are missing
that option while other debian based distro's do.
   Still awaiting news of what other LO users on Mandriva report.

There is some interesting discussion on the option here:

Perhaps the Mandriva LO RPM omits it if the user has KDE?
    Or could it be that some LO 'Open/Save' files are missing, so LO omits the

I just switched to a KDE session (different user, but same LO install),
and sure enough: no 'Open/Save 'Use LO dialogs''. I had thought that
this file made the kde version compatible:
but I guess not.

It seems that KDE users are not to be trusted with hidden files :-)

One other odd thing I noticed; when attempting to show hidden files with
Ctrl-h, Help comes up instead. Checking Help (F1) brings up help in
KompoZer... very odd IMO. Why on earth would Help come up in an HTML
editor? Further, it comes up in Design mode to boot.
I use Ubuntu 10.04 GNOME 2.x and have some KDE packages installed.

I sometimes have packages open Konqueror's browser instead of Firefox, which is the default one.

Looks like somewhere the info for which package is to run for which call for a mime type of file has been messed with.

Kompozer should not have been opened for any reason instead of a browser. I use it to, and no where do I know will it allow me to set it as the default package for displaying HTM/HTML files.

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